Is your Snapchat Scores went down or dropped overnight by thousands of points? If you are one of those people who actually care about your Snapchat scores you’d better check it out as it may have dropped overnight. People who actually care about their Snapchat scores woke up to an unpleasant surprise. There are a number of Snapchat users who reported that their Snapchat scores appear to have dropped by thousands of points, and they’ve got no idea why it has dropped. So far there is no explanation or the possible reason from Snapchat. The dropped doesn’t seem to be a consistent amount– some Snapchatters just saw a decline of a few hundred, while others lost thousands of points.
Many Snapcahtters are pretty unhappy that their Snapchat scores appear to have dropped by thousands of points overnight and seeks answer from Snapchat’s Twitter Support page, so far there is no response yet from Snapchat.
Snapchat is good at gamifying its App without providing proper explanation on certain features. Though, it is a great way to get users engage and continually keep them looking or coming back. Since the introduction of Snapchat scoring system, Snapchat Score confuses many Snapchatters. Its meaning isn’t explained well within the app by the Snapchat Team. The latest Snapchat Score seems to be based on certain factors like the number of snaps you send, the number of snaps you receive, stories you post and trophies you unlocked and other stuffs most probably.
What is Snapchat Score?
According to Snapchat, Your Snapchat score is a special equation combining the number of Snaps you’ve sent and received, Stories you’ve posted, and other factors. But Snapchat has never revealed how the number is calculated or how a user’s score is determined – it appears to go up the more you increases your Snapchat activities, but now with this drops it’s hard to say exactly how points are allocated.
Want to check your Snapchat scores? You can view your own Snapchat score by opening the app, tapping the square on the bottom left corner, then tapping where it says “Snapchat” at the top of the screen.
This will change to two numbers; the first number is how many snaps you have sent; the second number is how many snaps you have received in total.
As far as Snapchat Scores is concerned, Snapchat seems to keeps its specific means for calculating the Snapchat score or mechanism a closely guarded-secret. For the moment, just try increasing your score by increase your Snpachat activities and see if there is any changes in the score.
Did your Snapchat scores go down? or has it been restored? Please leave a comment.
This post was last updated on May 20, 2018.